• Mystery
  • Rated: 16
  • Director: Franz Gottlieb, Franz Josef Gottlieb
  • Writer: Franz Josef Gottlieb, Bryan Edgar Wallace
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The Seventh Victim (German: Das siebente Opfer) is a 1964 West German thriller film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Ann Smyrner and Hans Nielsen.The film is based on a novel by Bryan Edgar Wallace, one of several films made in an attempt to capitalize on Rialto Film's successful series of adaptions of the novels of his father, Edgar Wallace. It was shot at Spandau Studios in Berlin with sets designed by art director Hans Jürgen Kiebach and Ernst Schomer. The film is also known by the alternative title The Racetrack Murders.
  • Mystery
  • Rated: 16
  • Director: Franz Gottlieb, Franz Josef Gottlieb
  • Writer: Franz Josef Gottlieb, Bryan Edgar Wallace

  • Hansjrg Felmy
    Helmut Lohner
    Wolfgang Lukschy
    Hans Nielsen
    Walter Rilla
    Ann Smyrner
    Hansjörg Felmy
    Heinz Engelmann
    Helmuth Lohner
    Peter Vogel
    Trude Herr
    Alice Treff
    Friedrich G. Beckhaus
    Werner Peters
    Dieter Borsche

Watch Das siebente Opfer
  • (1964)

  • Mystery
  • Rated: 16
  • Director: Franz Gottlieb, Franz Josef Gottlieb
  • Writer: Franz Josef Gottlieb, Bryan Edgar Wallace

Synopsis

The Seventh Victim (German: Das siebente Opfer) is a 1964 West German thriller film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Ann Smyrner and Hans Nielsen.The film is based on a novel by Bryan Edgar Wallace, one of several films made in an attempt to capitalize on Rialto Film's successful series of adaptions of the novels of his father, Edgar Wallace. It was shot at Spandau Studios in Berlin with sets designed by art director Hans Jürgen Kiebach and Ernst Schomer. The film is also known by the alternative title The Racetrack Murders.

Starring
  • Hansjrg Felmy
    Helmut Lohner
    Wolfgang Lukschy
    Hans Nielsen
    Walter Rilla
    Ann Smyrner
    Hansjörg Felmy
    Heinz Engelmann
    Helmuth Lohner
    Peter Vogel
    Trude Herr
    Alice Treff
    Friedrich G. Beckhaus
    Werner Peters
    Dieter Borsche